REVIEW: The Zero Tolerance 0777 M390>>>>>>>>>

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    REVIEW: The Zero Tolerance 0777 M390>>>>>>>>>

    Here's my review (with both photos and video) of this hard to find blade:

    Review of the Zero Tolerance 0777M390 on ThruMyLens

    Enjoy and please do let me know your thoughts on the knife and this review.

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    John,
    I'm really going to have to put you on my ignore list!

    I thought I found the perfect EDC blade in my ZT 0560 but now I'm going to have to be on the look out for one of these.

    Nice review and great pics as always.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luvmy40 View Post
    John,
    I'm really going to have to put you on my ignore list!

    I thought I found the perfect EDC blade in my ZT 0560 but now I'm going to have to be on the look out for one of these.

    Nice review and great pics as always.


    I had a 0561 which I ultimately sold. It wasn't a bad option for a a tactical flipper either. But, like the 0550, every 056x I've tried had a strong detent, and it actually felt weird in my hand...maybe a little too thin in profile? In any event the 056x is nice, but the Triple 7 is amazing!

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    I really like Zero knives as I like straight Kershaw but for down and dirty close up and personal I stay close to my vintage 60s Randal fighting knife.

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    Great review. I also recently purchased the ZT0777 M390BLK and I've been very impressed by the build quality and materials. My only gripe was that the standard 23 degree edge angle simply does not do a "super steel" like M390 justice. I also have the Wicked Edge and I was able to reprofile the blade to 18 degrees a side in about an hour. The difference in cutting is night and day compared to the standard grind.

    This was the video that convinced me to reprofile.
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    Nice reviews.

    That looks like a great knife.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TattooedGunner View Post
    Nice reviews.

    That looks like a great knife.
    Thanks much! Really enjoying it!

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